Revolabs has announced the Revolabs FLX(TM) VoIP, the first wireless conference phone designed for VoIP. The SIP phone includes wireless operation and integrated Bluetooth.
The phone uses distinct components, including a speaker, dial pad, and a variety of microphones. It can support a lapel microphone for a single person; an omnidirectional tabletop microphone that can capture the sound of six to 10 participants; and a directional tabletop microphone to enable audio capture from two to three people.
Users can also connect speakers and microphones to Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones or computers using the FLX’s Bluetooth. The phone also supports 128-bit encryption and should be available worldwide this month.
Regrettably, the online literature doesn’t talk about what HD voice/wideband voice codecs the hardware supports.